Michelle Bowyer

Associate Solicitor

Family Team

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I am an experienced family lawyer, practising since 1996. Based in Bevirs’ Swindon office, I cover all aspects of family law including divorce, finances arising from divorce, residence and contact disputes and domestic abuse. I also deal with preparation of cohabitation and separation agreements as well as pre-nuptial agreements.

I grew up in Cricklade, went to the University of Southampton (Solent) and trained as a Lawyer in Portsmouth, qualifying as a Legal Executive before attending Guildford College of Law on a part time basis to qualify as a Solicitor.

I am a Resolution accredited specialist in advanced financial provision and private children law.

I am cat mad, with four cats to coo over. I am a fanatical follower of boxing and collect boxing memorabilia with a signed photograph of Muhammad Ali being my prized possession. I enjoy yoga and fine wine, though not necessarily at the same time, and have an unfulfilled ambition to pay homage to Elvis by visiting Graceland.

I am married with one beautiful, cheeky daughter.

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New Appointment to head up Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Team.

Bevirs Law is excited to announce the new appointment of Nicola Heales, Consultant Solicitor, who joins us to head up our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team.

Nicola qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 and is a personal injury and clinical negligence specialist, and her expertise is recognised by her accreditations with both the Law Society and APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers). Nicola has been successful in a number of significant Personal Injury and clinical negligence cases during her career. Nicola has particular expertise in acting for people who have suffered brain and birth injuries as well as representing clients at inquests.

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